In negotiating each type of transaction, we know what is “market” and what is not. But our attorneys are not beholden to following prior deals or form documents. Each matter is different, and we are constantly crafting creative solutions to real-world challenges.
We understand the time-sensitive nature of financing transactions and pride ourselves on completing deals on time and as efficiently as possible. We build and maintain long-term relationships and are constantly adding value to the transactions. For example, our fluency with various unique types of financings, such as new markets tax credits, means that we can suggest alternative structures and sources of funding.
Additionally, our Banking and Finance team works closely with members of the firm’s other practice groups. For example, we partner with the Business Reorganization Practice to counsel clients after borrower default or insolvency. We have extensive experience representing creditors in out-of-court workouts and in state and federal receivership, reorganization and bankruptcy proceedings. Finally, our Banking and Finance attorneys routinely collaborate with our corporate, real estate, tax, employee benefits, securities and environmental colleagues to ensure that our clients are receiving the necessary advice to achieve their objectives in a timely fashion.